Everton May Flog Steven Pienaar To Fund Striker Search

Chris Wright

13th, December 2010


By Chris Wright

Everton manager David Moyes has admitted that the club may be forced into cashing in on winger Stephen Pienaar while they still can, in order to fund a move for a much-needed striker in January.

Speaking after his front triumvirate of Louis Saha , Jermaine Beckford and Victor Anichebe contributed the sum total of Sweet Fanny Adams to the cause during the Toffees’ goalless stalemate with Wigan on Saturday, Moyes said:

“It may well come to it in the January transfer window that we have to consider selling Pienaar to raise money, because he is out of contract in the summer.

“We know we need a striker, and realistically, the sort of money we will raise through that route, what type

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  1. AT says:

    They, like everyone else should raid the Man City bin


  2. syndex says:

    we had JO twice we hated him, brazillians are supposed to have decent ball skils or pace or a good shot, he just has silly hair and we’ve already got one of those.

  3. scouser says:

    when pienaar refused to sign a new contract moyes should have put him for sale immediately, once again moyes as dithered like he did with lescot and now appears to have done the same pienaar, the same applies to anichebe let him go now to the highest bidder to me he’s nothing but trouble, the offer of £30,000 a week is well above his worth if you take into consideration the amount of games he’s played, he’s just another greedy player who rated himself high so if he does not have pride when wearing the blue shirt at goodison park what use is he.

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